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Morgann Davis

Le vent à travers les ruines .......................                                                                                                                             Yuko Uebayashi

Morgann Davis is Professor of Flute at Millersville University, an active performer, and a registered yoga instructor. She performs regularly with ensembles including the Allegro Orchestra Lancaster, Berks Sinfonietta, Reading Symphony, Harrisburg Symphony, Kennett Symphony, Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, and Lancaster Symphony. Morgann operates Davis Flute Studio in Lancaster, PA and is passionate about helping musicians explore the mind-body connection to improve their wellbeing and performance.

Mélomanie 2

Mirror of Midnight for flute and harpsichord ............                                                                                                        Larry Nelson

Mélomanie 2 features flutist, Kimberly Reighley and harpsichordist Tracy Richardson. Dedicated to expanding the repertoire for flute and harpsichord, the duo is excited to present, A Mirror of Midnight, which was written especially for them by Larry Nelson. A Mirror of Midnight is moody and rhapsodic, offering a window into the broad color palette and stylistic possibilities for this unconventional contemporary duo.

Jocelyn Crosby and Doug Wimer

You Can Dance If You Want To .............                                                                                                                David Bennett Thomas
. Habanera
II. Flamenco
III. Sarabande

This suite for alto flute and piano, first published in 2019, comprises four movements based on traditional dance forms, but with jazz modality influence. The first three movements are presented. The composer, David Bennett Thomas, is based in Philadelphia and is a professor at the University of the Arts.

Jocelyn Crosby won third prize for the Alto Flute Artist at the 2022 National Flute Association convention in Chicago. She is a freelance artist and teaches out of her home in Lancaster and at the Community Music School in Collegeville, PA. Doug Wimer is a church organist at St. Stephen Reformed PCA Church in New Holland and is also the President of Buch Organ company in Ephrata. Together, they enjoy collaborating on concerts.

Faith Wasson 

Winter Spirits (1996) ..................                                                                                                           Katherine Hoover (1937-2018)

There is a picture by the marvelous artist Maria Buchfink of a Native American flute player; from his flute rises a cloud of kachinas and totem spirits. This piece has also risen from his notes, and it is indeed influenced by Native American music. The idea of the flute invoking beneficial spirits, be they kachinas or any others, is a very natural one. Such spirits are an accepted and valued part of life in most of the world, and the flute has been used to honor and invite their presence for countless ages.

Star-rise (2013) ...............................                                                                                                                           Clare Loveday (b. 1967)

Star-rise is a sound imagining of the emerging stars in the night sky. The first section, imagines those first early stars emerging at dusk. In the second section, the use of hocketting turns one flautist into many flautists, carrying two and sometimes three lines. Thus the enormous blanket of the night sky emerges, as seen in landscapes like the sparsely inhabited Kalahari Desert.

Hall of Ghosts (2020) ...................                                                                                                                     Amanda Harberg (b. 1973)

Hall of Ghosts was composed in 2020 during the Covid-19 lockdown period; it was inspired by piccoloist Gudrun Hinze's video for Harberg's Prayer Project filmed in the hauntingly empty Gewandhaus Chamber Music Hall. Evocative of imagined spirits in the empty hall, the music pits dramatic silences, amid searching and plaintive phrases of the piccolo, against a lively middle section - a dialogue between the tickin of time and an instrument striving to make itself heard.

Faith Wasson is an international performing artist, having performed throughout Europe and North America as orchestral, chamber musician and soloist. She is currently the piccolo/3rd flutist with the Southeastern PA Symphony Orchestra. She also manages her own monthly Chamber Music Series featuring diverse repertoire. She teaches flute, piccolo and chamber music online and at her home in Glenside, PA.

Cris Dohler Rodas


El Amolador………………............                                                                                                                                      Adina Izarra (b. 1959)

El Encantador de Pájaros …..                                                                                                                     Amparo Angel (dob unknown)

Inspired by the sound of birds, traditional and early music, Venezuelan composer Adina Izarra was born in Caracas in 1959. She pursued a career as a pianist and graduated from the National Conservatory in piano performance. While at the conservatory she worked with renowned composer Alfredo Del Mónaco, one of the largest names in the Venezuelan contemporary music scene. After this, she received Grand Mariscal de Ayacucho and British Council scholarships to study in England at York University, where she worked with Vic Hoyland earning her Ph. D. in 1988. During her doctoral studies, she worked on electronic music with professor Richard Orton. It was in England where she started creating her own style, which focused on a combination of strong rhythmic elements with electronic music. After graduating, she returned to Caracas and took a position as composition professor at Simon Bolivar University, where she stayed for several years. Currently, she is exploring electronic music and live visuals and resides in Guayaquil, Ecuador where she teaches at Universidad de las Artes. More information at

Amparo Angel was born in Popayan, Colombia. At the age of five, she began her musical studies at the Conservatory of the Universidad del Cauca in Popayan, where she learned the fundamentals of theory, composition, and piano with Wolfgang Schneider. At the age of ten, she moved to Bogota where she continued her studies at the Conservatory of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia and eventually earned her Bachelor’s. An accomplished musician, Amparo Angel has appeared as piano soloist all over South and Central America, and had her works performed all over the world. More information at

Bolivian-American flutist Cris Dohler Rodas (they/them) holds an MM from Bowling Green State University, and a BM from the University of Maryland, College Park. They have performed at The Music Center At Strathmore (MD), DuPont Underground (DC), and with orchestras in DC and Michigan. Dedicated to new music, Cris recently released their first EP: "In Memory Of", a collection of commissioned works by composers of color reflecting on the COVID pandemic and social unrest. "In Memory Of" can be streamed on Spotify and Apple Music. Cris is currently based in Iowa City where they are building their own studio.

The Pennsylvania Flute Choir

Moon Cumbia..........................                                                                                                                                              Carmen Marulanda
Abendlied, OP 69 no 3..........                                                                                                                                                Josef Rheinberger
                                                                                                                                                                                                          arr. Robert Rainford
Dizzy Fingers...........................                                                                                                                                                             Zen Confrey
                                                                                                                                                                                                               arr. Bill Holcombe

Scott Zeplin, Music Director

The Pennsylvania Flute Choir is an auditioned, community group formed in 2002 by flutist Georgia Dimaano. The choir has grown from a one-time recital group to an active, professional ensemble. Its members hail from southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware. The choir performs throughout the tri-state region for engagements such as concert series performances, weddings, religious services, private parties, and music for special events. It also performs at regional flute fairs and flute society events and conventions.

Centre Park Flutes

As Eagles Flew................                                                                                                                                                                       Phyllis Louke
Streaming Green ..........                                                                                                                                                               Nancy Galbraith
Performers: Cynthia Miller-Aungst, Elise Carter, Virginia Schulze-Johnson, Donnasue Thompson, Dawn Main, Beth Shirk, Katherine Baeth, Ray-Michael Kauffman and Lish Lindsey.
Virginia Schulze-Johnson, BM, MM NEC, PhD NYU. retired adj prof from Drew U, Madison, NJ. She is founder/member of UpTown Flutes, founder of Drew Summer Music and co-founder of Flute Choir Day. She performs with the NFA Pro Flute Choir, the International Flute Orchestra and Centre Park Flutes.

West Chester University's Trivolti Flute Ensemble

Shenandoah....................................                                                                                                  Alexandra Molnar-Suhajda (b. 1975)
Cosmic Dawn.................................                                                                                                                   Gareth McLearnon (b. 1980)
Flute 66 ...........................................                                                                                                                          Jonathan Cohen (b. 1954)

Dr. Kimberly Reighley, Director

The Trilovati Flute Ensemble of West Chester University is directed by Kimberly Reighley. The ensemble is honored to co-host the annual Flute Fair with the Flute Society of Greater Philadelphia. In addition to performing regularly at WCU, they have been featured at the Mid-Atlantic Flute Convention and the FSGP Flute Fair. They have also performed new works and arrangements written especially for them by Malaika Paralkar, Tyler Hoffman and Larry Nelson.

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